The ScalarPropagationLoss type exposes the following members.
Gets or sets the object which provides the services needed to compute this scalar.(Inherited from CommunicationLinkScalar.)
|IntendedSignalIdentifier|| Obsolete. |
Gets or sets the method used to identify the signal to be used when computing this scalar.(Inherited from CommunicationLinkScalar.)
Gets or sets the strategy used to identify the signal to be used when computing this scalar.(Inherited from CommunicationLinkScalar.)
Gets a value indicating whether this object is frozen. A frozen object cannot be modified and an ObjectFrozenException will be thrown if an attempt is made to do so.(Inherited from DefinitionalObject.)
Gets or sets the enumeration indicating that this scalar is evaluated at the Receiver of the communication link. Note that this value cannot be modified.(Overrides CommunicationLinkScalarLinkEnd.)
Gets or sets the graph of communication links used to propagate signals.(Inherited from CommunicationLinkScalar.)
Gets or sets the propagation models to use when computing the loss. By default this is , which indicates that all propagation models will be used. The StartModel is the first model to consider in the chain, and the StopModel is the last model to consider in the chain. To select a single model, set both the start and stop models to the same model.
Gets or sets a value indicating whether this scalar's values will be converted to a logarithmic scale when performing sampling for access calculations. Most communication scalars span an extremely large range of values, especially for wireless communications over large distances. In order to avoid comparing values above one with values very near zero, the logarithmic scale gives a better means of analyzing the behavior of the function without running into numerical issue with floating point numbers. This value is set by its derived classes and in most cases is set to false by default.(Inherited from CommunicationLinkScalar.)